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Quiz by Andy Little

Grade 9-10
ELA - History/Social Studies
Common Core

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  • Q1
    The Thirteenth Amendment did what?
    Abolished all slavery
    Officially ended the Civil War in 1865
    Abolished slavery and servitude except as punishment for crime
    Provided Equal Protection under the law for all citizens
  • Q2
    The goal of Jim Crow Laws was to...
    Work alongside Reconstruction efforts in Virginia, Texas, and Kentucky
    Provide equality for freed blacks living in the South after the Civil War
    Limit social, economic, and political gains of black people in the South
    Gradually unite blacks and whites across the United States over a period of 20 years
  • Q3
    Which of the following legalized Jim Crow Laws across the U.S.?
    Plessy v. Ferguson
    The 14th Amendment
    The Emancipation Proclamation
    The Surrender at Appomattox
  • Q4
    Sharecropping resembled slavery because...
    Black sharecroppers could not leave the farms
    Black farmers were violently attacked by land owners
    It did not resemble slavery at all
    The economic debt required for sharecropping limited the sharecropper's freedom
  • Q5
    Which of the following is true about Reconstruction?
    It was ultimately successful after the course of 30 years
    The Southerners made every effort to prevent black success in the North after the Civil War
    It was a time of peace and prosperity for all Americans, especially women
    The North used its power after the Civil War to create a better society for freed black people in the South
  • Q6
    In reality, the 15th Amendment granted...
    Black men and women the right to vote, but they were often prevented by Jim Crow Laws
    Equal Protection for all Americans, especially black people in the South
    Freed black people in the South a plot of land and a few farm animals after the Civil War
    Black men the right to vote, but they were often prevented by Jim Crow Laws

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